Chirithayi means eternal, infinite. Looking at the old architecture, this word comes to my mind. I work based on architectural forms, textures, spaces, engineering drawings, maps, and city elements. My focus is on the combination of rapid growth and modern urban space such as the building under construction and the identification of old and new architecture in the city. Old houses have some rare and wonderful shapes. Such as H shape, C shape, etc. And if we look at those buildings from above, they look like a symbol on a map. This 100–150-year-old house that I bring into my work still stands and shows its existence in today's modern age. Focusing on time and activity and explaining our tradition has been my focus in this work.